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Artists poke fun at virtual lives

Web 2.0 companies and social networks have become fodder for the work of Dutch artists writes <strong>Natalie Dixon</strong>.

Paris, passion and curiosity

African photographers were well represented at the showcase in Paris due to the drive of one collector.Natalie Dixon

Mapping the city’s DNA

It is important to understand the relationship between the country's dynamics and its inhabitants.

Through a dark lens

The start of the World Summit in Johannesburg on August 26 marks the launch of three powerful photographic exhibitions, writes Natalie Dixon.

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